I am organizing a review opportunity for Modern Persuasion by Sara Marks. Review copies are available in the e-formats: pdf, mobi and epub. There is no deadline before when you have to review the book. This review opportunity will be open only for a few months, so request your review copy soon!
Which would you pick: the person you love or your own dreams?
What would you do if given a second chance at that decision?
Eight years ago Emma Shaw picked her career and family over the man she loved, Fredrick Wentworth. Since then she has built a career in publishing and spends her free time making sure her father and sisters are taken care of. Fredrick has spent the same years building his career as a screenwriter under increasing public scrutiny as a celebrity. When the editor of Fredrick’s first book is injured, Emma is forced to travel with Fredrick on his book tour.
Tension builds for the two former lovers over the course of the tour. Emma and Fredrick must face their emotional baggage and their misunderstanding about how their break-up impacted the other. Will they be able to find their way back together for a second chance at love?
You can find Modern Persuasion on Goodreads
About the Author:
By day Sara Marks is a librarian in Massachusetts, but by night she’s an author, knitter, and Wikipedian. She has been writing as part of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) since 2004. Her first novel, Modern Persuasion, was published in May 2017 with Illuminated Myth Publishing. Her second novel, Phi Alpha Pi, is set for release in May 2018.
Born in Boston, MA and raised in Miami, FL, Sara attended Florida State University for 3 years. She eventually graduated with an A.A from Miami-Dade College and a B.A. from Florida International University before moving back to Boston for graduate school. There she got her M.S. in Library and Information Science from Simmons College and a M.S. in Communications from Fitchburg State University. Now Sara lives in Lowell, MA where she works with local writing group Mill Pages, which creates an annual anthology of short stories, poems, and art work. She is a member of the Society of Independent Publishers and Authors (SIPA), a group supporting writers in the Merrimack Valley.